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on the republican side, donald trump and ted cruz are going at it with new polls showing trump likely to take most of the big super tuesday states on march 1st. nbc"s jennifer johnson has our story tonight from washington.
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presidential "and until the audit is completed, i wouldn't show anything. i'll show it once it's completed...i have nothing to hide." cruz is warning conservatives the trump train could be unstoppable victories tuesday. (insert ends) (two second pause) audio outcue: jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington. (-- reporter stand up close --) standup su/jennifer johnson reporting "for republican contenders...there are 595 delegates at stake on super tuesday...why that date is so critical for trump,cruz and marco rubio who hasn't won a caucus or primary yet. jennifer johnson, nbc news, washington." >> during a campaign event in massachusett s, ohio governor john kasich was obviously frustrated with the republican race for president. kasich said the frontrunners are leading because the media is only paying attention to yelling and screaming and name calling. kasich says it's a "crazy time
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race is far from over . "it's a crazy time right now. but this is.. i still believe, contrary the rush to judgment, there's a long way to go and frankly if all this yelling and screaming keeps up we're not going to win the election against hillary (clinton). it's not going to happen. i can tell you you're not coming to ohio yelling and screaming and at the end win the general election. it's not going to happen." kasich says if he doesn't win ohio.. he will drop out of the race. some iowa lawmakers are trying to make gun suppressors legal. the house passed a bill in hopes of legalizing suppressors. they're also commonly know as silencers -- and help reduce the noise level. many who enjoy hunting or shooting as a sport...say some type of protection is definitely needed. "you need to protect yourself, protect your hearing, protect your eyes, everything." but opponents worry about gun violence. at the moment -- the bill is in the senate awaiting debate. if it becomes law, iowa would be the forty second state to allow them in the country.
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to the polls on march 1st to decide if their local fire department will be expanding. built in 1973, the current station houses the trucks and gear. the orange city fire chief says the expansion is all about the safety of the firefighters. voting polls will be open from 7 a-m to 8 p-m at the living waters church. on thursday, the diocese of sioux city annouced a detailed plan to consolidate, and close, dozens of its parishes in the summer of 20-17. the diocese remains hopeful it will be a smooth transition. as they strive to provide priests to those parishes for as long as they can. yet church-goers across northwest iowa still may have to come to grips with the closure. ktiv's michelle schoening has more. on a sunday in rural plymouth county, st. joseph-ellendale is anything but quiet. (nat pop) ellendale is one for the 40 parishes on the proposed sioux city diocese's 2025 plan
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"i understand that may be the best plan for the diocese, but it is not the best plan for our church," said alise allan, parishioner. father david hemann is the priest at ellendale. and says, unlike many rural churches in northwest iowa, it is growing. "there's a hundred-plus people who come to mass. it's pretty lively. it's going very well right now, " said fr. david hemann. but the problem resides with a projection of not enough priests to cover all parishes. and while parishioners at ellendale understand it's only a draft plan, it doesn't sit well. "due to the closings that we went through locally in the past couple years, it doesn't lead a lot of comfort to that. but i do know that we have a voice and an opportunity to speak that," said alise allan, parishioner. so for now the members at ellendale will continue to fill the pews, and pray for their parish. in merrillliowa, michelle schoening, ktiv news 4. father david said he sees ellendale becoming an eventual oratory.
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status immediatly in july of 2017, but rather gradually. he said because it's a lively parish, he would like to supply a retired priest as long as possible. our little stretch of spring-like warmth was nice while it lasted but sadly the warmth has moved off towards the east coast and now we're heading back towards a more wintry pattern. a cold front moved thorough earlier on this morning giving us a little line of showers along with gusty winds. temperatures have been much colder than what they were yesterday with highs in the low to mid 40s for most towns. we will drop below freezing tonight with the winds beginning to subside some. monday looks to be on the mild side due to a warm front moving
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frequent travelers know.. legroom is shrinking on airlines.. leaving some people to feel like they are packed in like sardines. new york senator chuck schumer says he thinks the f-a-a should require airlines to abide by a seat-size guideline. he says legroom on planes used to be 35- inches.. but it has now shrunk to an average of 31. schumer says seats are getting narrower in the hips too.. shrinking about two inches. the senior senator from new york says he will introduce a seat-size guideline amendment to the faa reauthorizati on act that is pending in congress right now. two adults and two children were reportedly killed in a small plane crash near the navasota texas airport. a pilot landing at the airport spotted the crash site in the woods and called it in to authorities. the grimes county sheriff's office said all
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a plea hearing is set for monday in the case of an akron, iowa, man charged with killing his mother. jonathan neunaber is charged with first-degree murder in the death of esther neunaber in july of 2014. the bodies of both esther and her husband donald were found in their farm home near akron. authorities say donald died of natural causes. jonathan neunaber has pleaded not guilty in the case. in january, he was found competent to stand trial. a few years ago, the u.s. preventative task force put out a new set of recommendations for cervical cancer screening. ktiv's sheila brummer shares insight from one local expert for all women in tonight's healthbeat 4.
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guidelines say jodi's annual checkup no longer requires a yearly pap smear. 8:57 it's a good screening tool, it's not the end all be all. but, it's a good tool to have in our box so people don't get cancer," said dr. danielle hay, siouxland women's health care. 9:04 obgyn, dr. danielle hay agrees with the new recommendation for cervical screening every three years. 1:11 "that's kind of a big deal. because up to that point women would say "i need to get my yearly pap." and, women should wait until the age of 21, even if they are sexually active. 2:21 young women their cervix change and they shed those atypical cells. and, we were finding we did a lot more unnecessary procedures in young women." there are some exceptions. women with a history of atypical cells, abnormal discharge or pain during intercourse, should still get a pap test each year. dr. hay also says the bottom line; follow your own medical providers advice. (shorten up last sot) 5:58 "the thing to remember they are guidelines.. so they're meant to help physicians look at the newest research that's out.
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just because the guidelines say women should get a pap smear every three years, they still need an annual check up. that includes both a pelvic and breast exam. coming up on news 4 at 10 we've got a recap of hollywoods
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we'll show you how it's using beer baths to get rid of insomnia. and a kitten abandoned in california was taken in by an animal shelter. how his cute face has helped him go from stray to
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thorough earlier on this morning giving us a little line of showers along with gusty winds. temperatures have been much colder than what they were yesterday
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most towns. we will drop below freezing tonight with the winds beginning to subside some. monday looks to be on the mild side due to a warm front moving in, and high pressure to the south. this warm front is actually associated with an area of moisture that looks to bring siouxland its next snowfall. this low pressure will move through monday night, maybe starting out as a little mix before changing over to snow. this one looks to drop anywhere from an 1"-2"across the viewing area. some models have showed higher amounts so this is something that bears watching, and please stay updated with us here at news 4 and as that low pressure exits temperatures will drop back close to freezing for highs on tuesday. the sunshine returns and temperatures rebound for wednesday. we climb back into the mid 40s but drop again for thursday. then we start our next warming trend to close out the work week. highs will begin topping out in the upper 40s again come next weekend. >> still to come for us on a sunday night we've got a report from hollywood on the entertainment industry's biggest night. see
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academy awards..... but not without controversy. the lack of diversity among the acting nominees for the second year in a row prompted protests. jinah kim has our report from the red carpet.
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the show got road" dominated the technical categories...winning six makeup and hair styling, production design, costume design, film editing, sound mixing and sound editing. two other best picture nominees scored...."spotlight" won best original screenplay....while "the big short" took best adapted screenplay. a first time winner...alicia vikander, best supporting actress for "the danish girl". oscar's diversity controversy was top of mind from the show's chris rock, in his opening monologue, labe"the whiteoicjinah>> mark freund,- the iowa game came down to the wire. (mark) we couldn't show it to you at 5 - but we've got you covered at 10. highlights from valu-city arena in columbus are next, as the hawkeyes looked to
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plus, the musketeers try to break a losing skid of their own at home.
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wednesday, falling to surging wisconsin by 8 points. the hawkeyes are in a bit of a february funk, losing three of their last four games. iowa - taking to the road for another tough test against ohio state. the hawkeyes, still in a second-place tie in the big ten, at 11-4 in conference. second half - hawks down 5 - peter jok - from the corner - hits the triple - iowa back within 2. mike gesell had 16 points for the hawkeyes - 4 minutes to play, he puts the hawkeyes up 6 on the drive. but ohio state unleashes a big run - kam williams bangs home a long two - that gives the buckeyes the lead. williams would make sure that lead holds - no doubt about this one. hawks last chance - gesell drives but is blocked - ohio state closes
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68-64 win. iowa has lost four of its last 5 games. the creighton men, coming off a loss to marquette - back at home against st. john's. 7 minutes in - bluejays get it in to zac hanson - bucket and 1 - creighton up 7 after the 3 point play. it was senior day at the centurylink center - james milliken is a senior - he cans a three - 12 poitns in the first half, 19 for the game. later in the half - creighton up 13 - isaiah zierden - for scoring run - cole huff adds a triple - bluejays bounce back in a big way, 100-to-59. the wayne state women beat u-mary in the opening round of the n-s-i-c tournament on wednesday. that wildcat victory set up a
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top seed on their side of the bracket, northern state. wayne state was 13-and-9 in conference play in the regular season. wildcats down 46-18 at half, trying to chip away in the third.....taylor reiner from three reigns the deficit back inside 20 to the 4th quarter, wildcats trying to make a push - maggie schulte with a nice crossover - comes up a little gimpy, but still counts on the scoreboard. then kacie o'connor hits 3 of her 12 points....wayne state got within 11.... ...but that's as close as they could get....paige waytashek stops the rally an northern state ends wayne state's season, 76-56. the nebraska women - hosting northwestern at pinnacle bank arena. 2nd quarter - huskers up 6 - rachel blackburn with the easy bucket - nebraska takes a 28-20 lead. and they'd finish the half strong - nobody covers maddie simon - simon makes the wildcats pay with the three ball - nebraska up 8 at the break. to the 4th quarter - jessica shepard - pick and
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done. huskers win, 76-67. the musketeers have lost 10 of their last 11 games. in that stretch, sioux city has been outscored 44-to-15. the muskies lost to sioux falls last night - madison visiting the tyson events center today. first period - musketeers with a chance - but it's covered up by ryan edquist - keeping it scoreless. 5 minutes in - muskies center it - cj dodero finishes, corner of the net - sioux city on the board first, up 1- nothing. david fessenden - getting the start in goal today - makes the save here - 23 on the afternoon. after madison tied it at 1, eeli tolvanen pops the water bottle with the one timer. sioux city up 2-1 after one, but madison comes back to win...
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we'll show you how it's using beer baths to get rid of insomnia. and a kitten abandoned in california was taken in by an how his cute face has helped him
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"e.t.'s" complete guide to oscar. >> are you ready? >> our time with the nominees, bracing for hollywood's biggest night. inside sly's big come back and jitters. >> it's a hard hole to dig yourself out of. >> plus brie larson. we get secrets from her stylist. >> there is some black in her future.
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her silence on her crumbling marriage. telling all about ben and the nanny. would she take him back? find out why they are still living on the same property. >> she's like, look, i don't hate him. you don't have to hate him. let's not beat the guy up. >> then -- >> behind the scenes of celine dion's emotional return to the stain after stage after her husband's death. mid song, she stopped. >> i'm so nervous. >> a reality star's plastic surgery with the cameras rolling of the bandages, the tears. . >> billy idol, boy george, w back stage with a totally '80s flashback. >> and our home improvement reunion, with tim allen flashing back nearly 25 years.


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